Your organization, team and career will reap the benefits from our proven methodology and experience.

We can train, mentor, and provide your organization’s teams with a system that can be used to supercharge their efforts.

The Project Success Method employs a consensus-building approach that promotes:

  • Team ownership with mutual accountability and support
  • The development of an actionable and realistic plan
  • A disciplined and tenacious approach to control

Overall Benefits

  • One of the key advantages of the Project Success Method is that it is not software-specific and requires no prior project management training or professional certifications.
  • The methodology is designed for easy learning, implementation and maximum effectiveness.
  • Unique to PSI’s training process, both project management skills and soft skills are taught and emphasized during the training.
  • Students need only pay attention for two days of training. The material is immensely practical and easily digestible, helped by trainers that have decades of years of practical experience and provide dozens of real examples through which to relate. Even highly experienced students remark on the practicality of the method and the benefit of a common language.

Member Specific Benefits


  • Discipline and consistency of approach across all projects
  • Regular progress reports on project status
  • Impact on bottom line of projects completed successfully with respect to quality, time, and cost

Project Sponsors

  • Clear analysis and documentation of project scope, objectives, stakeholders, constraints, and risks
  • Enhanced performance and career growth

Project Managers

  • Fostering of a personal connection with their team
  • Superior process for developing the project schedule
  • Proactive approach that identifies and solves problems as early as possible

Entire teams

  • Participation in planning which ensures a stronger plan and commitment to it
  • Clear responsibilities and performance expectations
  • Reduced chaos, stress, frustration, and conflict

How Teams Triumph with the Project Success Method

Shift the worry curve

Imagine that a company must execute a strategically important project, such as the development of a new product, software system or marketing program.

At the start of the project, the project team will have a very low worry level.  In the face of seemingly minor issues or delays, one might hear the common refrain, “There’s plenty of time to get the project done.”  We call this honeymoon period “Uniformed Optimism.”  During this period, project worry is postponed.

As the project deadline begins to creep over the horizon, the project team gradually transitions into “Vague Concern.”  Its symptoms include that queasy feeling in the project manager’s stomach whenever he/she thinks about the project (so they just don’t think about it).  Team cohesion begins to crumble as team members begin to think about their career and build defensive strategies to shift potential blame.  Worry escalates!

Like a snowball going downhill, vague concern turns to “Panic” – the deadline arrives.  With the project nowhere near completion, worry shoots through the roof….and money starts flying out the door.  In addition to the budget getting blown, the quality is compromised as content is dropped and quality assurance steps are skipped.  The deadline comes….and goes!

The project ends in disaster as competent, dedicated project members lose their professional credibility, reputations and quite possibly their jobs.  What’s worse, the cycle just continues.  While the panic over one project continues, other projects are starting – doomed for the same fate.

Are you ready to say, “Enough!”?  Find out how you can stop the cycle and shift your worry curve with the Project Success MethodSM.  If you would like to get your own copy of our “Shifting the Worry CurveSM” primer, simply contact us and you will be able to download one for yourself.


Project Success Method Courses

Atlanta – April 30-May 1, 2024

These in-person classes include course materials, breakout sessions, and demonstrations.